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Dodging Bullets and Failed Attempts: Reality and Historic Parallels

2017/03/19

Does ‘The Agenda’ Sound Familiar?

Benito Mussolini and Fascist Blackshirts during the March on Rome in 1922 “The march itself was composed of fewer than 30,000 men, but the king in part feared a civil war since the squadristi had already taken control of the Po plain and most of the country, while Fascism was no longer seen as a threat to the establishment.

Mussolini was asked to form his cabinet on 29 October 1922, while some 25,000 Blackshirts were parading in Rome. Mussolini thus legally reached power, in accordance with the Statuto Albertino, the Italian Constitution.

The March on Rome was not the seizure of power which Fascism later celebrated but rather the precipitating force behind a transfer of power within the framework of the constitution.

This transition was made possible by the surrender of public authorities in the face of fascist intimidation.

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